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Review by : Behindwoods Review Board
Album Release Date : Jan 27,2013
Cast: Karthika Nair, Lakshman Narayan, Manoj Bharathiraja
Music: GV Prakash Kumar
Background score: GV Prakash Kumar
Singers: Chinmayi, G.V. Prakash, Harini Sudhakar, Maya, Pooja, Prasanthini, S.P. Charan, Santhosh, Sathya Prakash
Lyrics : Arivumathi, Gangai Amaran, Vairamuthu
Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum marks the return of legendary filmmaker Bharathiraja. The film stars newcomer Lakshman Narayanan along with Karthika Nair in the lead. The film has music by G.V Prakash and the lyrics have been contributed by Vairamuthu, Arivumathi, Egadesi and Gangai Amaran. Bharathiraja also provides commentary in between the songs in his inimitable style.
The album opens to the mellifluous voices of Sathya Prakash and Chinmayi. The track is classic village fare in terms of orchestration and creates the perfect atmosphere for the rest of the album. The song tries to capture the essential flavours of rural TN.
There is a clever use of the string section to build a crescendo before muting it down to a somber flute piece on a few occasions. The percussions provide the perfect foil for the melody without being overly imposing or jarring. Both the singers deliver a fine performance and G.V. Prakash seems to pick some of his best compositions to lends his own voice.
S.P. Charan returns to the fray as a singer with this melodious number penned by Gangai Amaren. The composer uses bits of Dotara throughout the song for the traditional rustic feel. The emotion of sadness is made evident through the words and the soulful singing of the vocalists.
The mood of the song reminds the listener of G.V’s work in ‘Paradesi’. The percussions aren’t quite lively as the singing and one gets the feeling that the tune falls short of reflecting the joyful mood that were depicted through Vairamuthu’s words.
A beautiful tune that rests entirely on the vocal harmonies of the two singers G.V. Prakash and Pooja. The singer-composer keeps the instrumentation minimal yet tense. He employs the cello to good use to deliver the effect of strong sadness. G.V does enough to avoid the song from being overly dreary, even if pathos.
A strong sounding song powered by fierce vocals that’s reminiscent of native temple celebration music. The instruments used provide the atmosphere of a temple carnival of sorts. The lyrics are inclined towards raising the pulses of the protagonist and the listener.
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